Frankenfish (2004) – Made-For-TV

“Frankenfish”

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31 Days of Horror Challenge: Movie #13

A medical examiner and a biologist are sent to investigate the death of a fisherman in the Louisiana swamp.  They discover that the swamp monsters attacking the locals are actually genetically engineered Chinese Snake-head fish, owned by a wealthy hunter. Continue reading

Knights of Badassdom (2013) – Film

“Knights of Badassdom”

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31 Days of Horror Challenge: Movie #8

After Joe gets dumped by his girlfriend, his 2 roommates, Eric and Hung, help him move on by dragging him to a Live Action Role Playing (LARP) event. The LARP becomes more interesting than expected when Eric reads from an ancient Enochian grimoire and summons a soul sucking, flesh eating succubus which starts feasting on the other players. Continue reading

Marvel Cinematic Universe: Phase 2 – Film

“Marvel Cinematic Universe: Phase 2”

Iron Man 3 (2013)

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I had reviewed this film when I first saw it.

Our favorite billionaire, genius, playboy, hero, Tony Stark (Robert Downey, Jr.), a.k.a., Iron Man, returns and discovers, that sometimes, mistakes from the past can come back to haunt us.  In this case, in the form of Aldrich Killian (Guy Pearce),  leader of Advanced Idea Mechanics (AIM) and  The Mandarin (Ben Kingsley), an outspoken villain targeting the U.S. and Iron Man with his evilly twisted homage and lessons in history. Continue reading

Marvel Cinematic Universe: Phase 1 – Film

“Marvel Cinematic Universe: Phase 1”

Now that Phase 3 has begun with the release of Captain America: Civil War, I decided it’s time to revisit the movies which were chosen to spearhead this huge and hugely ambitious project. Continue reading

Reaper (2000) – Film

“Reaper”

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Crime drama/horror writer, Luke Sinclair takes a trip to a small town to work on his latest book.  However, after he arrives, he becomes a person of interest when a dead girl is found in the woods with a page of his most recent book, The Reaper, next to her.  The murder just as the page describes.   The local sheriff and a detective who specializes in sex crimes, confer with Sinclair, they must find out who killed the girl and stop him before he kills again. Continue reading

The Bloody Indulgent (2014) – Film

“The Bloody Indulgent: A Raunchy Vampire Musical”

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After accidentally killing the owner of a strip club, Burt, a hedonistic vampire, takes his friend-turned-vampire, Todd, to his favorite drug dealer for a night of indulgence.  Meanwhile, surviving strippers from the club plot Burt’s destruction.    Continue reading

Shark Killer (2015) – Film Sips

“Shark Killer”

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Not really a “shark movie,” but it is an entertaining action flick.  I really enjoyed the beautiful and talented Erica Cerra, as Jasmine, and the comedic arrogance of Derek Theler’s, as Chase.  They had great chemistry.  It really starts picking up toward the end when Chase and Jake (Paul du Toit) begin revealing their back story.   Sadly, Arnold Vosloo’s talents are pretty much wasted in such a minor role.

All in all, a light entertaining action/thriller that happens to have sharks and eye candy.

The Unwanted (2014) – Film

“The Unwanted”

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A young drifter, Carmilla, is seeking information about the mother she never met.  When she arrives in a rural town, she meets Laura, an awkward waitress, and they develop a relationship, of which Laura’s father disapproves. Continue reading

A Blood Story (2015) – Film

“A Blood Story”

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The story is told from the perspective of former model Madison Sheffield (Mindy Robinson), introducing her as recovering from the loss of her career and death of her husband, who, we quickly learn, was a serial killer and gave her the career ending scars.  Madison quickly embraces the decadence that hosts, Frances (Camden Toy) and Anna (Melanie Robel), offer at the villa during her weekend retreat as she becomes seduced by the power of blood ritual and controlled violence.  She meets the arrogant, unlikable Wade (Tim Hays) and becomes drawn to the quietly mysterious Carter (Mark Hanson).   Continue reading